The Root & Seed Blog
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The Root & Seed Blog
A new year invitation to gather stories - YOURS
How to use Root & Seed to get the most out of 2024 - new year, old stories, new meaning.
Recording Conversations with People in Our Lives
Chris Burnett believes everyone has a narrative worth telling. He provides encouragement and a guide to chat with your loved ones about their life and your relationship.
Perfect Pairing Gift Guide
We are excited to release our very first Root & Seed Perfect Pairing list. Consider this your ultimate 2023 Gift Guide.
7 Heartwarming Children’s Books About Grandparents
Stories to appreciate our grandparents, and all the lessons and traditions they have to share.
Why “Getting to Know You” Matters in the Workplace
How to actually break the ice and grow together through the art of conversation.
Celebrating the Culture of Pride
Misshka Guptaa, Root & Seed Intern, shares the background, traditions, and significance of Pride as a culture and community.
From Cradle To Adulthood, Why You Shouldn't Wait For Your Memorial To Take Stock Of Your Life
Find purpose, healing, and greater well-being through storytelling.
7 Secrets to Leading A Great Conversation
You don’t need to be a professional interviewer, journalist or memorialist to inspire conversations that mean something. Keep these 7 tips in mind as you discover your family stories, and your results will be more fruitful.
The Therapeutic Importance of Closing Rituals
Getting into family stories can be full of excitement or heaviness. We share some examples of closing rituals for after a Root & Seed conversation.
All Hail The Kinkeeper (and FTLOG, get them a cocktail)
Let’s ease the mental load of the people who keep our families together.
5 Must Read Comic Books By Indigenous Writers And Artists
Add these powerful family and cultural stories to your bookshelves.
Special Teas From Around The World
Enjoying teatime to the fullest with local flavours and traditions.
As someone who has lost a parent, therefore lost profoundly, the concept of grief in both small and big ways consumes me.
Ramadan: Breaking Fast Together Under a New Moon
How over 1.5 billion Muslims commemorate a shared history and come together in community.